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Answered: Anybody got info on wooden walking globes(circus ...

Glue the scraps together to form a cube with the length of the side equal to the diameter of the sphere that you want. Get out a tool of your choice and go to work. For a very large one, I would take the corners down with a chain saw and finish with a corded planer. Cut a circle out of plywood ...

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AOL could have changed their spam algorithm but they probably won't say. My spam setting is medium, and some of my mail goes to Spam. You might have set your sender filter to accept mail only from certain addresses; that would send all the rest to Spam. If you add a sender name to your address ...

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This is the exact thing happening to one of my AOL email accounts. What is the solution to this problem? Anyone?

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During winter season some parts of California are covered with snow. Lake Tahoe area get the most.

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I had the same question but nobody seems to have an answer. It is extremely annoying having to wait SO long for AOL to sign off especially if I want to switch to another screen name or sign off my computer. Does anyone out there have an answer???
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